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1 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION On-site AND Online

2 Program Highlights WHAT IS THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION? This degree program prepares graduates to gain knowledge of business administration principles behind the functioning of a company or organization while developing a clear perception of business ethics based on Christian principles. Three BSBA concentrations are available in Human Resource Management, Management, and Supply Chain Management. The concentration in Human Resource Management equips students for developing and managing the organization s employees. The concentration in Management prepares students for management and supervision of resources and operations in organizations. The concentration in Supply Chain Management equips students for managing of supply chain activities, including sourcing, procurement, operations and logistics management. WHAT DO STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM DO? As a Business Administration major, you will develop Christian servant leadership principles, solve problems using collaborative techniques, and learn how to celebrate diversity in business environments. You will become knowledgeable in the areas of accounting, business law, economics, finance, management, marketing, statistics and strategy. IS THIS MAJOR RIGHT FOR YOU? You might consider a Business Administration major if you seek a position in management or accounting for a business or organization, desire advancement within a company or organization with additional responsibilities and higher pay, or desire to learn more about management. This major is also helpful to those who wish to develop entrepreneurial skills necessary to start and operate their own business. Business Administration majors will become comfortable with analysis of financial information behind the operation of a business or organization. Total Credit Hours Typical Length of Program 120 Varies by student At Southern Wesleyan, we understand the needs and commitments of working adults. We have been providing working adults with Christ-centered educational opportunities for more than 25 years. Our adult evening programs are specifically designed to allow you to earn an associate s, bachelor s or master s degree while still meeting your personal and professional responsibilities.

3 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The BSBA degree consists of 120 semester hours including 43 hours of General Education, 32 hours of electives, and 45 hours of core course work. GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 1053 Writing for Adults ENGL 2103 Speech Communication MATH 1053 Quantitative Reasoning CPSC 1103 Introduction to Computers BIBL 1023 New Testament Survey BIBL 1013 Old Testament Survey RELG 2403 Basic Christian Beliefs ASTH 2053 Music and Art Appreciation ENGL 1013 Freshman English II HIST 1063 Survey of World Civilization Natural Science course (w/ lab) SEMR 2013 College and the Working Adult SEMR 2403 Physical Wellness and the Good Life Social Science, Economics, OR Business/Mgmt course BACHELOR S CORE SEMR 3003 Character and Personal Effectiveness ACCT 2003 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2013 Principles of Accounting II BUSI 2093 Business Communications BUSI 3403 Management Information Systems ECON 2053 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 2063 Principles of Macroeconomics MGMT 3203 Business Law I MGMT 3313 Principles of Management MGMT 3503 Principles of Marketing MGMT 3613 Managerial Finance I MGMT 3623 Managerial Finance II MGMT 4403 Management Policy MGMT 4893 Management Seminar STAT 3123 Statistics for Accounting and Business ELECTIVES BSBA DEGREE 4 4 credits 45 credits 32 credits 120 credits *Actual course sequencing varies per student, depending on the amount of coursework transferred in. Southern Wesleyan University reserves the right to change any of the rules and regulations of the University at any time, including the right to withdraw curricula and specific courses, alter course schedule, alter course content, and alter fee structure.

4 Bachelor s Core Courses ACCT 2003 Principles of Accounting I - Use of the accounting process for decision-making through identifying, measuring, and communicating information. Basic concepts and principles for proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations along with systems for service, merchandising, and manufacturing enterprises. ACCT 2013 Principles of Accounting II An extension of the study of accounting principles. Focus is placed on management use of accounting information in decision-making. Prerequisite: ACCT 2003 BUSI 2093 Business Communications This course is designed to provide an overview of practical communication for career. Specific areas covered include English usage, punctuation, and mechanics; word choice, sentence structure and paragraphing; the writing process; s, memos, letters, proposals, reports, technical documentation, and oral presentations. BUSI 3403 Management Information Systems A study of the role of Management Information Systems in a business organization. Software will be used in designing system solutions. Possible topics include expert systems, artificial intelligence, and database design and management. Prerequisite: CPSC 1103 or equivalent. ECON 2053 Principles of Microeconomics An introduction to economic analysis and its applications to business issues. Emphasis on consumer demand, theory of the firm, and resource markets. ECON 2063 Principles of Macroeconomics An application of economic analysis to the national economy. Emphasis on national income, business cycles, price levels, unemployment, fiscal and monetary policy. MGMT 3203 Business Law I Emphasis upon the legal environment of business. Includes an overview of the court system, criminal law, governmental agencies and regulations, torts and contracts. MGMT 3313 Principles of Management Emphasis on the theories and principles of organization and the decision-making processes of management. MGMT 3503 Principles of Marketing The forces operating, institutions employed, and methods followed in distribution of goods and services from the social and economic viewpoint. MGMT 3613, 3623 Managerial Finance I, II The impact that alternate decisions have on the price of a firm s common stock. The financial environment, working capital, financial statements, capital

5 budgeting, financial planning, long-term financing, and international financial management. Prerequisites: ACCT 2003, MGMT 4403 Management Policy The functional areas of marketing, finance, production and human-resource management in the formulation of effective organizational policy. The case study method is used. Prerequisites: MGMT 3313, MGMT 4893 Management Seminar A capstone course focusing on analyzing and synthesizing material from the previous courses in the undergraduate business major. Emphasis of the course will be on developing, writing, and presenting a major project and on assessment of learning. STAT 3123 Statistics for Accounting and Business Elementary descriptive and inferential statistics. The course will include an understanding of concepts and practices related to basic data analysis, probability and statistics, including parametric statistical tests. An accounting and business orientation is used to illustrate data analysis and interpretation of experimental results. Computer programs will be used in the course. SEMR 3003 Character and Personal Effectiveness Exploration of the relationship between an individual s philosophy, goals, motivations, habits and character, and his or her personal effectiveness. Students will be encouraged to set an agenda for personal growth and document it through the Personal Wholeness Portfolio. Concentrations Supply Chain Management 12 Credits MGMT 3153 Supply Chain Management MGMT 3163 Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Management MGMT 3173 Logistics MGMT 3103 Project Management Human Resource Management 15 Credits MGMT 2243 Wage, Salary, and Benefits Administration MGMT 2263 Employee Development MGMT 2283 Employee and Labor Relations MGMT 2303 Employee Practices MGMT 3343 Human Resource Management Management 12 Credits MGMT 3343 Human Resources Management MGMT 3353 Organizational Behavior MGMT 4253 Management Ethics MGMT 4203 International Management

6 SWU DISTINCTIVES FAITH An education at Southern Wesleyan University is more than just a degree. Southern Wesleyan is a Christ-centered institution providing faith-based education that applies Christian values and ethics to your professional development and the understanding to apply those values to your career. HISTORY Southern Wesleyan has a history of providing quality education with its main campus founded in 1906 in Central, South Carolina. SWU has also been a leader in education programs for working adults for more than 25 years. FLEXIBLE PROGRAMS: ONSITE OR ONLINE At Southern Wesleyan, you can be a full-time student and attend class one night a week with other working adults on our campus in Central or at one of our regional education centers located in Charleston, Columbia, Greenville or North Augusta. Some degree programs are also offered in Greenwood and Spartanburg. Southern Wesleyan offers fully online options for select degree programs. As an online student, you will earn the same degree as you would in the onsite classroom. Courses are designed to be both engaging and challenging while providing flexibility for your busy schedule. ACCREDITATION Southern Wesleyan University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate and master s degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about the accreditation of Southern Wesleyan University. AFFORDABLE When you apply for financial aid at Southern Wesleyan, we ll develop an aid package that meets your particular needs. With little or no upfront expense for many students, your college education is more affordable than you think. Furthering your education is an investment, but it shouldn t break the bank. So why do so many schools weigh you down with hidden fees? At Southern Wesleyan University, you don t have to navigate a list of fees to find out how much your class will cost. We want your finances to be as easy as possible for you. That is why we offer a flat-rate tuition per course. To learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, visit swu.edu or call

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